AUSTIN, Texas, March 3, 2011 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- NetSpend Holdings, Inc. (Nasdaq:NTSP), a company whose mission is to empower the estimated 60 million underbanked consumers in the United States with the convenience, security and freedom to be self-banked, today announced that the company's chief financial officer, George Gresham, is scheduled to present at the Lazard Capital Markets Annual Technology & Media Conference at the Four Seasons Hotel, in Boston on Monday, March 14 th beginning at 11:00 a.m. EST.

A live webcast will be available at http://investor.netspend.com/events.cfm . An archive of the presentation will also be available for 90 days following the event.

About NetSpend

NetSpend is a leading provider of general-purpose reloadable (GPR) prepaid debit cards and related financial services to the estimated 60 million underbanked consumers in the United States who do not have a traditional bank account or who rely on alternative financial services. The company's mission is to develop products and services that empower unbanked consumers with the convenience, security and freedom to be self-banked. Headquartered in Austin, TX, NetSpend is traded on the NASDAQ stock exchange under the symbol NTSP.

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CONTACT: Press Contacts:         Brad Russell         NetSpend         512.539-5932 (office)         512.743-4507 (cell)         brussell@netspend.com                  Suzanne Dawson         Linden Alschuler & Kaplan         (212) 329-1420 (office)         (908) 242-7162 (cell)         Sdawson@lakpr.com

NetSpend Holdings, Inc

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